Thursday, July 18, 2019


A & P show makes M. Bovis decision for cattle classes

The Canterbury A & P Show has made its decision on whether cattle classes will still proceed in the wake of M. Bovis outbreak.l

Fire station damaged by two vehicles

A North Canterbury fire station was  damaged after it was allegedly hit by two vehicles.

House badly damaged by fire in Rangiora

A house has been extensively damaged by fire in Rangiora, near the Elephant Park.

Police call off search for missing North Canterbury woman

Police have called off the search for missing North Canterbury woman ​Melissa Jane Dalgety.

School in lockdown due to incident

A North Canterbury school was in lockdown after an incident at a nearby property.

Reward for information in dairy ram-raid

Police are offering a reward for any information regarding the ram-raid of a dairy.

Schools square off for round seven

Christchurch Boys’ High will take on St Bede’s tomorrow in the Connetics first XI football competition.

Rangiora man found dead

A Rangiora man missing for the past few days has been found dead.

Office worker who stole $133k must declare assets

Name suppression lapsed on a office worker who stole $133,000 who must declare her assets.

Police to target winter sport after-match functions

After-match functions during the winter sports season will be targeted in a bid to curb drink driving and road trauma.